Wizard Design Pro Review

This week, I’m reviewing a bundle of design elements for PowerPoint called Wizard Design Pro. Check them out HERE: Wizard Design Pro. Let’s start off with a freebie to get our feet wet with these from the developer Arif  Chandra: CLICK TO DOWNLOAD ==> FREE TEMPLATE Next, let’s dispense with the usual hype & nonsense of the…

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PowerPoint “Storyboard” Add-in

PowerPoint Storyboard is an add-in created for software developers to be able to use the graphics capabilities of PowerPoint to “mock up” what an app should look & feel like. It’s actually part of the Visual Studio development environment and helps teams of programmers all be on the same page as to what they are…

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How To Use PowerPoint Transitions as Animations

A LOT of folks work WAY too hard trying to get elements in their PowerPoint slide content to EXIT. Instead of adding a whole bunch of Exit Animations on a slide…try this little technique: Using PowerPoint Transitions to perform exit animations is super quick & easy and beautifully effective WITHOUT all the work and frustration…

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How to Create a Parallax Effect in PowerPoint

You’ve probably seen WordPress and other websites lately that have a very slick-looking effect when you scroll down a page where a “background” image seems to lag the scrolling of other elements on the page. This is called a “Parallax” Effect. Technically, a parallax effect is a trick on the eyes where as the viewpoint…

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Free Levidio Transition Effect for Camtasia

Here’s a quick tutorial on using Levidio PowerPoint Templates and a way to leverage some of the sweet visual assets into components you can add to your Camtasia Library. I love templates like this but there are some issues with how they are constructed (when it comes to creating videos with them). You just needs…

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Using Levidio PowerPoint Templates

Today let’s get into a super sweet PowerPoint video project using one of the Levidio PowerPoint Templates. This is the first in a series of a bunch of PowerPoint video tutorials, templates, tips, and tricks I am working on! Think of it as a specific “toolkit” you can learn from and use in your PowerPoint…

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Font Picking Tool

When it comes to using multiple fonts, it’s easy to make poor decisions in pairing two together. Here’s an interesting too called Type Genius that can help! Type Genius not only helps you pick a perfect font to pair with your original choice but also gives you a preview of both together. Not only that, but…

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How To Make A “Credit Roll” Animation in PowerPoint

Here’s a quick little tutorial on how to make a “credit roll” animation like you might see at the end of a feature film in PowerPoint. It uses a hidden animation…

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PresenterMedia PowerPoint Integration Tool is Awesome

There are some tools and resources I use when making PowerPoint (and Camtasia) videos that would simply CRUSH me productivity-wise if I didn’t have them. At the top of that list is PresenterMedia. I know…I talk about it all the time but in this 8 minute mini-webinar, I talk about how PresenterMedia integrates directly into…

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PowerPoint Video – Color Pop and Push List Effects

I’ve got two interesting (and useful!) observations that can be used to make better PowerPoint videos for you today. Both of them are ideas I’ve borrowed (OK…ripped off) from Andy Jenkins is a guy with mad video skills AND one of the smartest marketers around. I highly suggest you watch his latest video below and…

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